Trevor Noah is selling his Bel-Air mansion for more than R400 million

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Trevor Noah is selling his Bel-Air mansion.
Trevor Noah is selling his Bel-Air mansion.
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He's only had it for a few months. He had South Africans in awe when he bought the mansion for over $27.5 million (R403,8 million) last year. Now he's put it back on the market. 

Comedian and The Daily Show host Trevor Noah is currently selling his Bel-Air mansion for $29.75 million (R436,8 million).

According to The Hollywood Reporter Trevor’s mansion consists of three white and windowless cubes out front, the rear of the six-bedroom, 9.5-bath home has floor-to-ceiling walls of glass with ocean and mountain views. It has numerous over-the-top amenities including a Japanese-style spa underneath the pool, a wooden tub, sauna and massage and changing rooms.

It also has a wine room that has a hidden door that opens to a glass-encased elevator that travels to a gourmet kitchen decorated with dark wood cabinetry. There’s also a stylish timber-clad library, plus a gym, club room and rooftop terrace that doubles as a screening room.

The Emmy award winning host of The Daily Show is reported to also own a $10 million (R146,8 million) penthouse in New York.

Trevor Noah became a Hollywood star when he started as the host of The Daily Show in 2015. In 2017 his contract was extended until 2022. He has since written his memoir, Born a Crime, which he is planning on turning into a movie. He has also done comedy world tours at sold out arenas and he is currently on his Back to Normal world tour.

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